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Erin K. Collins Associate

Areas of Practice

Bar Admissions

  • Michigan, 2013


Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2013

University of Michigan, B.A., 2010

Erin K. Collins is an Associate in the Real Estate Department, in the Bloomfield Hills, Michigan office of Dykema. Her practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, leases, financings, development projects, drafting and negotiating purchase agreements, and purchase and sale documents. Ms. Collins has handled transactions involving retail shopping centers, industrial buildings, office buildings, and cell towers. Specifically, her experience includes:

  • Represented a real estate developer in the $20.4M joint refinancing of two medical office buildings in Michigan totaling 223,000 sq. ft.
  • Assisted a senior living facility in the acquisition, development and financing of a new continuing care retirement community in Michigan. The project included the negotiation of a development agreement with a neighboring pharmaceutical company, a $25M joint venture agreement with the primary equity partner and a $40M construction financing with the lender.
  • Represented an American retailer in the sale and partial leaseback of a 300,000 sq. ft. distribution center for $26.55M in California.
  • Assisted a world leading small gas turbine engine manufacturer in a $59M acquisition of a new headquarters and manufacturing facility. The project is targeting to be more than a $300M investment for the first 5 years.
  • Represented a national real estate firm in the acquisition and financing of a 275,000 sq. ft. retail power center in Michigan.
  • Assisted a New York hotel developer in the purchase of a 198-room, 10-story hotel in Detroit, Michigan for $25.6M.
  • Represented a national telecommunications infrastructure provider in the negotiation and drafting of leases and lease amendments for telecommunications sites throughout the United States. 
  • Assisted a software company in the negotiation, sale and leaseback of its landmark building to an ownership group for $150M.